Friday, 20 September 2013

Shirley Price Aromatherapy - Kit order forms PDF

Its that time of the year
SP ITEC Aromatherapy kits order forms

Canvas wallet

36 essential oil student kit
 27 essential oil starter kit
 INFO wallet.pdf
42 essential oil full student kit 

Wooden box

36 essential oil student kit
27 essential oil starter kit
42 essential oil box kit

Training Courses

Aromatherapy Diploma College prospectus
Day courses


Becoming an IFPA/FHT/IFA member

What treatments do professional aromatherapists offer?

Overall Aim of the Shirley Price Aromatherapy Diploma course.

The accredited course seeks to provide education and training opportunities in developing a proficient professional aromatherapist who has the ability to work within both the field of complementary and contemporary health care settings. The course will provide the student aromatherapist with the opportunity for self development and facilitate an awareness of the importance of evidence based practice within the field of Aromatherapy. General Learning Outcomes of the course. Knowledge and Understanding (theory) Outcomes. • Develop a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the principles of Aromatherapy from a historical and philosophical perspective. • Explore and develop an in depth understanding of the art and science of using aromatic materials safely, in a range of therapeutic treatments. • Examine the concept of health, illness, a range of medical conditions and the factors which may impact upon Aromatherapy as a therapeutic intervention. • Develop an in depth understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body in relation to a range of body work techniques in Aromatherapy. • Identify and evaluate the necessary skills to assess individual needs and the implementation of appropriate treatment, based on sound research-based evidence. • Recognise and critically appraise the importance of personal and professional development and the need for life long learning in a critical and systematic way. • Explore and discuss the socio-economic and political factors from a national and local perspective. Practice/Ability Outcomes. • Apply a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Aromatherapy in assessing the needs of the individual. • Demonstrate and justify the use of a variety of therapeutic skills within a chosen practice setting. • Create a safe and appropriate working environment, taking into account the socio-economic and political influences which may impact on professional practice. • Utilise reflective practice and the use of personal and professional development within the boundaries of client management. • Demonstrate and utilise knowledge of an evidence base to support decisions for chosen Aromatherapy treatment plans.

Course Components. Aromatherapy Syllabus. (120 hours) Therapeutic Massage Syllabus. (60hours) Anatomy and Physiology Syllabus.(50 hours)

Case Studies. In addition theory/class contact hours at least 4 hourly treatment sessions on 10 clients is required, totalling no less than 60 hours. Massage Practice. At least 5 full body massages on 10 clients is also required. Both case studies and massage practice should be recorded in a practice portfolio which will be part of the practical examination

Shirley Price Aromatherapy - the benefits of IFPA, FHT accreditation and membership


The Shirley Price International College of Aromatherapy is accredited by IFPA - the International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists. Find out more about the benefits of IFPA membership here

 The Shirley Price Aromatherapy Diploma is an FHT Accredited qualification. Find out more about the benefits of FHT membership here

The International Society for Professional Aromatherapy is an informal grouping of Shirley Price Aromatherapy Diploma alumni promoting the benefits of the use of aromatherapy skincare and massage in worldwide Spas. ISPA also sponsors international educational Aromatherapy training, seminars and events.

 The Aromatherapy Council is an umbrella body of all UK Aromatherapy organisations


The International Federation of Aromatherapists.
See the benefits of membership if the IFA here

Finding us at Shirley Price Aromatherapy

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Tuesday, 17 September 2013

Shirley Price Downloads Essential oils, Publications, Aromatherapy, Training, Skincare


Which Shirley Price skincare product is right for you? Symptom sorter

Find out more about Shirley Price Aromatherapy Skincare

Robert Tisserand Weekend Seminar

Spring 2012 Imperial College London Certificate of Attendance
Spring 2014 Imperial College London

Training Courses

Aromatherapy Diploma College prospectus
Day courses



SP ITEC Aromatherapy kits order forms

Canvas wallet

36 oil student kit
 27 oil starter kit wallet.pdf
42oil full student kit

Wooden box

36 oil student kit
27 oil starter kit
42oil box kit
Essential oil chemistry handout

Essential oil Safety Leaflet

Everyday Guides


Conditions benefitting from Aromatherapy
Product lists
Essential oils

Bulk essential oil

Skincare links

ProblemSuggested SP ProductRef.
AcneSP Clear Skin Cream →5661
Aging SkinSP Rejuvenating Night Cream →5641
SP Frankincense and Rose Cream →5630
SP Superlight Eye Cream →5640
After SunSP Clear Aloe Gel →5601
BruisingSP Arnica Gel →5610
Blotchy SkinSP Special E Moisture Cream →5662
Breathing IssuesSP Breath Easy Moisture Cream →5665
Cellulite ReductionSP Banish Cellulite →5621
Circulation IssuesSP Moisturising Minute Gel Masque →5648
Dehydrated SkinSP Almond and Sandalwood Cream →5619
Dry SkinSP Neroli Hydrating Gel →5615
SP Classic Moisture Cream →5639
SP Frankincense Pretty Serum →5637
SP Evening Primrose Cream →5628
Eye LinesSP Superlight Eye Cream →5640
SP Eye Gel for Line Relief →5602
Eczema & Problematical SkinSP Special E Moisture Cream →5662
Exfoliation (Reaction To)SP Cypress Exfoliating Cream Masque →5649
Exfoliation (Dry Skin)SP Post-Epilation Moisture Cream →6018
Facial LinesSP Frankincense and Rose Cream →5630
Foot Problems…
→ Put a Spring Back!SP Warming Foot Cream →5609
→ DeodorisingSP Deodorising Foot Cream →5603
→ Exfoliating Dry SkinSP Exfoliating Foot Cream →5604
→ Nourish Dry SkinSP Foot Reflex Cream →5605
→ Re-InvigorateSP Peppermint Footagel →5606
→ Reduce SwellingSP Relaxing Foot Cream →5608
→ Tired And AchingSP Warmagel →5614
→ Athletes FootSP Fungagel →5617
Fungal InfectionsSP Tea Tree Cream →5632
InflammationSP Borage Gel to Re-Moisturise →5611
Itchy SkinSP Lavender Gel →5613
SP Clear Aloe Gel →5601
SP Comfrey Cream →5626
Mature SkinSP Moisturising Honey Masque →5647
Oily SkinSP Clear Skin Cream →5661
Puffy EyesSP Facial Treat Rejuvenator →5652
Red Skin PatchesSP Smoothagel/Rosegel →5616
Rosy Cheeks and/or NoseSP Smoothagel/Rosegel →5616
Scaly SkinSP Tea Tree Cream →5632
Scar CareSP Scar Repair Moisture Cream →5663
SP Facial Treat Rejuvenator →5652
Sensitive or Sore SkinSP Hypericum Cream →5631
SP Aloe Vera Special Cream →5620
SprainsSP Comfrey Cream →5626
Stretch MarksSP Care for Stretch Marks (125ml ready-mixed oil) →2104
SunburnSP Clear Aloe Gel →5601
Visible VeinsSP Visible Veins Moisture Cream →5666
In addition, for those who choose to use only natural products on their skin, the following 'every-day use' Shirley Price Natural Aromatherapy products are also in regular demand…
Make-Up RemoverSP Classic Cleansing Cream →5634
SP Classic Cleansing Milk →5635
Night Time Skin TreatSP Rejuvenating Night Cream →5641
Toning LotionSP Classic Toning Lotion →5636
Hand CareSP Hand & Body Lotion →5653
MoisturiserSP Classic Moisture Lotion →5638
SP Classic Moisture Cream →5639
SP Echinacea Cream →5627
Eye DropsSP Chamomile Eye Care →6022
RelaxationSP Chamomile Cream →5625
Anti-BacterialSP Tea Tree Cream →5632


Essential Oil Safety, 2nd Edition,Robert Tisserand,Rodney Young,ISBN9780443062414

The second edition of this book is virtually a new book. It is the only comprehensive text on the safety of essential oils and the first review of essential oil/drug interactions and provides detailed essential oil constituent data not found in any other text. Much of the existing text has been re-written, and 80% of the text is completely new. There are 400 comprehensive essential oil profiles and almost 4000 references. There are new chapters on the respiratory system, the cardivascular system, the urinary system, the digestive system and the nervous system.
For each essential oil there is a full breakdown of constituents, and a clear categorization of hazards and risks, with recommended maximum doses and concentrations. There are also 206 Constituent Profiles.
There is considerable discussion of carcinogens, the human relevance of some of the animal data, the validity of treating an essential oil as if it was a single chemical, and the arbitary nature of uncertainty factors. There is a critque of current regulations.